One of my biggest goals for 2020 is to commit to more and better to myself. A way to ensure this is by the creation of personal philosophy.
A personal philosophy means taking the time to think about and create what you really truly believe in. Taking the time to consider what you really, truly want your life to look like. Including the smaller details like "this is how I want people to treat me."
Being able to create this type of personal philosophy for yourself, will allow you to create and hold your boundaries with other people. Creating this type of personal philosophy will allow you to know which opportunities you should and shouldn't take, as well as knowing which choices to make that will help you to keep you on the path that will help you to your living your best life.
So here are 3 questions to ask yourself in order to create a personal philosophy that can take you into 2020 and beyond.
1. What do you want your life to look like?
2. How do you want or expect people to treat you?
(Friends, Family, Co-workers, Significant others, and Strangers are all included here.)
3. What do I believe in?
(Without all of the outside nonsense, without factoring in other people's belief systems, the belief system that you may have grown up with but are questioning now. Barebones here, your thoughts, your beliefs only.)